“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” -George Bernard Shaw

In The Art of Business, Failure is not an Option but According to Global Entrepreneurial Monitor fear of failure is the top reason given in Ireland and worldwide by aspiring entrepreneurs for not starting their own businesses.

NESTA – the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts and the UK’s largest early-stage investor in innovative and creative businesses ñ found that almost three-quarters of people who said they had what they believed was a good business idea were not acting on it because they were afraid of not succeeding.

In The Art of Business, Failure is not an Option. Ironically on further examination, it is obvious that all would-be entrepreneurs are being paralyzed by something that doesn’t exist. That ís right. Failure is a myth and in The Art of Business -Failure is Not an Option!

Entrepreneurial Development ñ Failure brings you Closer to Success!

Thomas Edison, inventor of the light bulb famously said ìI have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that wonít work. î

It took James Dyson, the engineer who reinvented the vacuum cleaner, four and a half years and 5,127 prototypes to refine his design.

Each failure taught me so much, he said. Success teaches you nothing. Failures teach you everything. Making mistakes is the most important thing you can do.

In an interview with Time Magazine, Larry Page, inventor of Google, said, Invariably we try ten things that don’t quite work out in order to do one thing that is successful. And we learn a lot in doing the ten things that didnít quite work.

In The Art of Business, Failure is not an Option. Thus every failure brings you a step closer to success and moves you further down the path.

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